What are the legal risks of my activities? Is liability insurance enough?
How do I stay out of court? What laws are unique to me as a Georgian?
These are likely all questions that have crossed your minddetailed questions that delve into a legal system that may seem daunting to an unfamiliar eye.
But there’s good news: You can protect your assets. You can stay out of court. You can learn the suggestions and techniques for you as a Georgian.
Here’s how: In Asset-Protection Planning for Business Owners, Real Estate Operators, Professionals,
and Investors in Georgia, Harold Hudson provides general information to youa Georgia business owner or residenton how to structure your affairs to help protect your assets by covering:
•Georgia Comprehensive Asset Protection Planning;
•how to avoid fraudulent transfers;
•the importance of choosing a lawyer who understands specific laws in Georgia;
•how certain contract provisions can keep you out of court and minimize your liability to others;
•the decision to reduce or eliminate liability and/or malpractice insurance;
•and more . . .
Don’t let lack of planning and preparedness prevent your future success. Protect your assets,
understand the rules you operate under, and take action!
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About the Author
HAROLD HUDSON, ESQ., of e Hudson Law Firm, LLC, concentrates in the areas of real estate law, business law, tax law, asset protection, and estate planning. Hudson received his bachelor’s degree from the University of
Georgia, his juris doctor from the University of Mississippi School of Law,
and the highly regarded master of tax law degree from New York University
School of Law.
Hudson’s twenty-nine-plus years of experience helping clients plan for success and solve problems combined with the unique skill set he brings to legal work as a tax professional provides top-of-the-line knowledge to individuals and businesses looking to better plan,
protect, and strategize financially.
Hudson is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Tennessee and is admitted to practice in the
United States Tax Court. Mr. Hudson is a member of the Atlanta Bar Association and the Real
Property & Probate and Asset Protection Sections of the American Bar Association.